Vehicles for which India Must Proud Of

Here are vehicles that India should be proud of.

Tata Nano

The Nano, the brain child of Ratan Tata is a car that was built with a lot of hopes and objectives Since, he decided to build a cheap car as a replacement for them.
While the company managed to meet their promise and price the car at Rs 1 lakh, that tag of being a 1 lakh car didn’t do so well for the company.

Reva i

The company was the first one to come up with electric cars in India and was designed and developed in India for the global market. It was built in India and exported to other markets around the world as well. While the global market didn’t really like the car much, it wasn’t very expensive due to the rebatss got, this being an electric vehicle.

Mahindra Scorpio

The Scorpio was launched in 2002 to celebrate 50 years of existance of M&M. The vehicle also happened to be the first in-house vehicle made by the company. It was developed with inputs from AVL Austria and other consultants from Japan. Only 23 engineers worked on the whole project.

DC Avanti

The DC Avanti is India’s first home grown sports car. Thought it  might not be to everyone’s liking, it is still a great innitiative. DC decided he wanted to build an affordable sports car.  m Power comes from a 2.0 liter engine making 248 Bhp and 241 Nm..

Tork T6X

While we talk about electric cars, Tork is the first Indian company to come up with an electric bike. The bikes comes from a Pune based start up. It has an electric motor which is capable of taking the bike to 70 kmph. It manages to cover 100 kms on a single charge and can be charged to upto 80% in just 40 minutes. Read Tork T6X 

Ather S430

Keeping in line with fuel sources, India also got its first high-tech e-scooter, in the form of the S430. It is a futuristic looking scooter...
The Features are:
 Touchscreen dashboard-cum-instrument cluster with info on speed, distance covered, navigation and it also allows the rider to customize the functions. It will have a top speed of 75 kmph and a range varying from 50-100 kms.

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